CAMPO, FRED P. SR. -husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend, died on Saturday December 20, 2014 Born February 3, 1924, in Atlantic City, to Fred and Ascenzia, he attended Atlantic City Schools. After graduating in 1942 from Atlantic City High School where he played varsity basketball for three years, he attended Trenton State Teacher’s College for a year before being drafted into the armed forces in 1943. Fred was sent to Fort Dix where he volun-teered to become a para-trooper. He was then assigned to the 11th Airborne Division. In 1946, Fred was wounded and awarded the Purple Heart. Upon returning home, Fred attended steno type school in Washington, DC. He worked as an official court stenographer for the Supreme Court of the State of NJ for 32 years. After retirement, Fred enjoyed spending more time with his wife, children and grandchildren, along with frequenting ‘the office,’ Bally’s! Fred’s wide array of jokes will never be forgotten. Fred will be remembered as a loving husband, intelligent, generous father, proud Pop Pop, dedicated uncle, and loyal friend. Survived by his devoted wife of 60 years, Virginia A. (Gray) Campo, son Fred P. Campo, Jr. (Laura, Moorpark, CA) daughters; Paula Mia Campo (George Fleming, Egg Harbor Township, NJ) Donna McAvoy (Bob, Lanoka Harbor, NJ) and six grandchildren; TJ (San Diego, CA), Jessie (Ventnor, NJ), Todd (Egg Harbor Township, NJ), Rob (Lanoka Harbor, NJ), Max (Wilmington, NC), and Danny (Lanoka Harbor, NJ). He was the brother of Ida Stitzer and late brother Frank Campo, Sr., in addition to many wonderful nieces, nephews and his best friends, Pinky and Janet Kravitz. Visitation will be held on Tuesday December 23rd at 10:00 am at the Church of St. Katharine Drexel, 6075 West Jersey Ave., Egg Harbor Township, where Mass will begin at 11:00 am. Military honors and graveside tribute to follow at Atlantic County Veteran’s Cemetery, Estell Manor, N.J. Family services provided by Jeffries & Keates Funeral Home, 228 Infield Ave. Northfield. www.lifecelebration.com

CAMPO, FRED P. SR. -husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend, died on Saturday December 20, 2014 Born February 3, 1924, in Atlantic City, to Fred...